Apollo 11 at 50: The space race, NASA's moon landings and our future on the moon.
His biographer talks about Armstrong's life as a pilot and astronaut, and the dark side to those experiences.
As Apollo 11 astronauts Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin stepped on the moon 50 years ago, we imagined a future lunar life filled with wingsuits and tourist cruisers.
Plans to return to the lunar surface keep getting moved up even though none of the vehicles for the trip has left the ground.
When you're standing a few miles from a rocket launch, it's hard not to feel like a part of history.
The USS Hornet, now a museum docked in California, recovered the three Apollo 11 astronauts and their Command Module Columbia after the first moon landing mission.
Dear moon: Thank you.
It was a time when spaceflight wasn't really about space.
NASA engineer Frances "Poppy" Northcutt and Apollo: Missions to the Moon director, Tom Jennings, talk about never-before-seen footage of NASA's historic expedition to the moon.